GIS has another reason to celebrate this week! Our own Kelvin Abdallah Jnr, (Class 4) represented Ghana, his school and his swim club,The Dolphins, at the International Swimfest competition in Germany. Kelvin participated in 4 events, and won gold (first place) in 3 of the events, and bronze (third place) in 1.
Olivia LecossonKelvin Abdallah Jnr wins Gold at Swimfest
The Ghana International School Parent-Teacher Association (GIS-PTA) has donated an amount of GHC15,000 to The Rheumatological Initiative (TRi) at the Korle- Bu Teaching Hospital in Accra to support The Initiative with proceeds from their ‘Bazaar 2019’ fund raising event.
Olivia LecossonGIS-PTA DONATES TO THE RHEUMATIC INITIATIVE GHANA
On Saturday, March 23rd 2019, GIS created and hosted a multifaceted Arts Festival dubbed “arTRYx 2019”. The event which was held at the Secondary School campus started at 12.00 noon and ended at 8:00 p.m. It was an interesting and engaging day as the festival combined art exhibitions and a series of workshops to celebrate the variety and versatility of students’ artistic talents.
The Association of International Schools in Africa (AISA) in collaboration with GIS is organizing a two day Professional Learning Institute (PLI) which starts today and ends tomorrow Saturday, 23rd February 2019. The professional development programme is themed, “Empowering the 21st Century Learner Through an Integrated Approach.”
Olivia LecossonGIS Organizes PLI in collaboration with AISA
After a period of nominations, intense interviews, campaigns and voting, the 2019-2020 batch of Prefects and Students Representative Council were finally inducted at a special ceremony on Monday 4th February 2019.
Olivia LecossonInduction of 2019- 2020 Student Leaders